Toast your Sunday liquor sales goodbye. Teetotalers have won their way again at the Gold Dome.
For the third consecutive year, legislation that would have allowed voters to say whether they wanted alcohol sales at stores on Sundays failed in the Georgia Legislature. State Sen. Seth Harp withdrew his bill when he realized he could not get it passed out of the Senate Regulated Industries Committee Wednesday.
The fate of the bill looked promising, though it also appeared to be a rallying cry for a weakened Christian lobby. Apparently they aren’t so weak after all.
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